Lawmaking in a pluralist legal order

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Under this theme heading, we explore responsiveness and resistance between lawmaking actors in European private law. Although the proliferation of lawmaking actors outside the nation state can be observed globally, the main focus of the research will be on European private law. The EU is one of the most advanced examples of regional cooperation between nations with regard to economic, but also political and social issues. Using the EU framework as a case study can provide good testing ground for other post-national lawmaking projects.


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